CLASSIC, American and hotrod car enthusiasts will be out in force for an annual car display.
The Solent Renegades car group is holding its season opener car show on Sunday, April 19.
And the group is appealing for people to get involved to make this the biggest show yet.
Mark Heiford, from the group, who also owns a vintage cop car, said: ‘It is a good show and the public like it.
‘It introduces people to our hobby.’
As well as scores of classic and American cars, there will also be trucks and motorbikes at the show.
There will be awards given for best vehicles in selected categories.
A DJ will be playing music all day and there will be a raffle, with all money raised going to children’s charity Kids.
The Solent Renegades holds two shows a year at the Farmhouse pub off Burrfields Road, Portsmouth.
Last year more than 75 vehicles took part. The show starts at midday.
Entry to the show is free and it is followed by the first Southsea Cruise of the year.
The Southsea Cruise meets at 6pm in the car park opposite Clarence Pier, Southsea. For more information go to solent-renegades.co.uk/